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Supreme does not make its own sneakers. The New York label instead chooses to team up with a select few footwear brands it has established a strong relationship with since its founding in 1994. So when someone talks about Supreme sneakers, they are most likely referring to a collaborative project with the likes of Vans, Timberland, Nike, Clarks Originals, or Swoosh subsidiary Jordan Brand.

Supreme’s co-sign is usually enough to guarantee a sell-out when the collaborative sneakers are released, which is why it’s not hard to imagine that Supreme could have its pick of both sportswear and lifestyle sneaker brands to collaborate with. Still, the aforementioned brands — with the exception of Louis Vuitton in 2017 — have become Supreme’s main footwear collaborators over the years.

The Nike x Supreme collaborations, for example, started during the golden age of Nike SB, when Dunk Lows were the hottest sneaker property in the early to mid ’00s. Since then, the partnership has flourished, with Nike often using Supreme to relaunch a forgotten silhouette in limited numbers before a range of general releases follow. The Nike x Supreme Air Humara or the Nike x Supreme Air Max Tailwind 4 are perfect examples of this strategy. In the early days, Supreme Nike collabs were less frequent than they are now. Nowadays, Supreme and Nike collaborate on two projects every season, bringing the grand total of collaborative releases to four yearly.

Supreme’s Vans collaborations on the other hand, are sometimes used as a blank canvas for three-way collaborations with other artists or designers. The Supreme x Jean Paul Gaultier x Vans collaboration is an example of graphics or signature aesthetics from a third party being printed on an existing Vans model. Due to Vans own aesthetic identity and penchant for crazier designs, Supreme will often utilize some of its more famous graphics — such as its diamond plate graphic or cheetah print — on Vans sneakers.

With so many collaborators and a seemingly endless list of Supreme sneaker collaborations, it can be hard to keep track of all the releases. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the most important Supreme sneakers for you below.

Supreme x Jean Paul Gaultier x Vans Chukka Pro and Era Pro

Brand: Supreme x Jean Paul Gaultier x Vans

Model: Chukka Pro and Era Pro

Key Features: Both styles come with a floral print on canvas uppers rendered in either black/burgundy or black/pink colorways. Leather lining and a co-branded insole complete the look.

Release Date: April 2019

Buy: Chukka Pro (StockX), Era Pro (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: The three-way collaboration comprised a Chukka Pro and Era Pro, both of which feature distinct color-blocking and a floral print along the toe box, sides, and heels. Each style arrived in two colorways: a burgundy/black iteration and a lighter black/pink version.

Jean Paul Gaultier is considered by many to be one of the most influential designers of all time. As the designer explained to The New Yorker, Gaultier’s inspirations include “flesh, ethnicity, different kinds of global beauty, cinema, my interest with Madonna, tattoos, the Parisienne, the male as an object.” His designs bring together punk, bondage, and divergent global communities, all of which are reflected in this collection for Supreme.

The Vans sneakers dropped alongside an extensive collection consisting of a double-breasted blazer, cargo suit pants, cargo suit vest, double breasted plaid faux fur coat, reversible backpack MA-1 jackets, trucker jackets, rayon shirts, jeans, sweatshirts, sweatpants, a leather holster, and several accessories.

Supreme x Nike Air Force 1

Brand: Supreme x Nike

Model: Air Force 1

Key Features: Nike’s classic white-on-white Air Force 1 is given the Supreme treatment, which includes a co-branded footbed and lace lock, as well as a debossed, printed logo at the heel. The sneaker is available in two colorways and comes with Supreme-logo laces.

Release Date: March 2020 (ongoing throughout the SS20 season)

Price: $96

Buy: Supreme

Editor’s Notes: Supreme confirmed the Nike Air Force 1 sneaker will be restocked regularly throughout the season, drawing comparisons to Supreme’s Hanes boxer briefs and other accessories that are available all season long. Whether this Air Force 1 will replace one of the SS20 season’s Nike collaborations is yet to be seen.

Supreme x Vans Slip-On Pro

Brand: Supreme x Vans

Model: Slip-On Pro

Key Features: The Sk8-Hi Pro features a premium suede and canvas upper in addition to a diamond plate design printed on the upper, similar to the diamond plate graphic Supreme has used on previous pieces.

Release Date: May 2019

Buy: StockX

Editor’s Notes: Supreme unveiled its second collaboration of the SS19 season with famed skateboarding label Vans. This time, the duo dressed two classic styles — the Sk8-Hi Pro and Slip-On Pro — in a diamond plate graphic, which adorned the upper of both shoes. The same graphic has been used on several previous pieces, including a bandana and a tool box.

Supreme x Vans Sk8-Hi Pro “Diamond Plate”

Brand: Supreme x Vans

Model: Sk8-Hi Pro “Diamond Plate”

Key Features: The Slip-On Pro features a fully canvas upper with leather lining and a vulcanized outsole. Similar to the Sk8-Hi Pro, this model also boasts a diamond plate design printed on the upper, much like the diamond plate graphic Supreme has used on prior pieces.

Release Date: May 2019

Buy: GOAT

Editor’s Notes: This release was the second half of the second Supreme SS19 collaboration with Vans alongside the Slip on Pro featured above.

Supreme x Clarks Originals Wallabee

Brand: Supreme x Clarks Originals

Model: Wallabee

Key Features: A premium suede upper is printed with a paisley bandana pattern that comes in four colorways. The upper sits on a crepe sole.

Release Date: May 2019

Buy: Bandana black (StockX), Bandana navy (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: Supreme announced this 2019 collaboration with Clarks Originals, this time introducing a custom version of the latter’s iconic Wallabee.

Supreme x Nike Air Jordan 14

Brand: Supreme x Nike (Jordan Brand)

Model: Air Jordan 14

Key Features: This Supreme 2019 take arrived in two colorways, black/blue/grey/red and white/black/grey/red, together with a leather and nubuck upper carefully punctuated with metal studs. Jordan and Supreme co-branding features prominently on the shoe. Contrasting midsole panels round off the maximalist aesthetic. The design is said to have been inspired by a studded leather jacket worn by Michael Jordan at one of his ceremony appearances in 1995.

Release Date: June 2019

Buy: White pair (StockX), Black pair (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: Supreme and Jordan Brand teamed up for a rework of the fabled Air Jordan 14 model. The shoe was famously worn by Michael Jordan during the 1998 finals when he secured his sixth and final ring. Inspired by the basketball legend’s love of luxury cars, the AJ XIV is also the last signature model worn on court by Jordan with the Chicago Bulls.

Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low

Brand: Supreme x Nike SB

Model: Dunk Low

Key Features: Arriving in three colorways, the Supreme-designed Nike SB Dunk Low comes with a two-tone upper, which sees the toe box given a metallic leather finish. The heel features a Zoom Air unit, while the regular Swoosh has been replaced with a Jewel Swoosh.

Release Date: September 2019

Buy: Red/white (StockX), Black/silver (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: Supreme and Nike have worked together every season without fail since 2012, even upping their collective output to two releases per season from 2017 onwards. With Nike SB enjoying a revival of sorts, the Supreme Dunk Low collaboration came at a perfect time. Supreme and Nike previously collaborated on the Dunk Low in 2002 and again in 2012.

Supreme x Nike Air Max 95 Lux

Brand: Supreme x Nike

Model: Air Max 95 Lux

Key Features: The made-in-Italy Supreme x Nike Air Max 95 Lux arrived in three colorways, each equipped with a black sole unit, accompanied by Italian-leather upper options in red, blue and black. Supreme’s logo is laser etched on the upper of each shoe. An Italy-shaped hangtag came attached with each pair, while gold branding appears on the insole, bearing the insignias of both brands, as well as an ingrained “Made in Italy” text.

Release Date: November 2019

Buy: Triple black (StockX), Blue (StockX), Red (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: Supreme’s first take on the Air Max 95 dropped after previous Supreme x Nike Air Max releases like the Air Max 98 and Air Max Tailwind 4.

Supreme x Vans Sk8-Hi Pro

Brand: Supreme x Vans

Model: Sk8-Hi Pro

Key Features: The shoe features a premium suede and canvas upper with embroidered “Fuck the World” graphics, leather lining and a vulcanized waffle outsole. The Sk8-Hi Pros were unveiled in three colorways: black, off-white and checkerboard, and blue and yellow, with iconic Vans checkerboard pattern appearing on one colorway.

Release Date: October 2019

Buy: Black (StockX), Blue (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: For more insight on the Supreme and Vans’ partnership, check out our history of every Supreme x Vans collaborative drop.

Supreme x Clarks Originals Wallabee GORE-TEX

Brand: Supreme x Clarks Originals

Model: Wallabee

Key Features: Supreme reworked the Clarks Originals classic Wallabee silhouette with a water- and stain-resistant GORE-TEX suede upper and a lightweight Vibram sole.

Release Date: October 2019

Buy: Black (StockX), Maple suede (StockX), Purple (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: For the second time in 2019, Supreme and Clarks teamed up on a reimagination of the Wallabee shoe. This time, however, rather than a paisley bandana print, the brands opted for four different colorways. Camo print was this drop’s standout shade, which also saw options in purple, beige, and black.

Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Mid

Brand: Supreme x Nike

Model: Air Force 1 Mid

Key Features: The mid-top kicks boast a leather upper, highlighted by various NBA team logos throughout, in addition to Supreme branding. Supreme tagging also takes over the ankle straps, with tonal laces accompanying the pair.

Release Date: March 2018

Buy: GOAT

Editor’s Notes: Early 2018 saw Supreme remodel the Nike Air Force 1 Mid model with patches of NBA basketball team logos, including the Los Angeles Lakers, Chicago Bulls and Golden State Warriors.

Supreme Glow-In-The-Dark Vans

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Brand: Supreme x Vans

Model: Slip on Skull Pile and Sk8-Hi Skull Pile

Key Features: The project finds Skull Pile print utilized on the uppers of each sneaker. The Slip-Ons are contrasted with a white sole unit, while the Sk8-His welcome touches of black suede, a white leather Sidestripe, black laces, and a white midsole.

Release Date: March 2018

Buy: Slip on (StockX), Sk8-Hi (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: This duo was revealed as part of Supreme’s SS19 collection with the two Vans silhouettes coming in a glow-in-the-dark green skull pile graphic. While the Sk8-Hi model is only partially covered in the print, the Slip-On comes fully drenched in green skulls.

Supreme x Clarks Originals Weaver

Brand: Supreme x Clarks Originals

Model: Weaver

Key Features: The shoes feature premium suede uppers, leather footbeds, and crepe soles, and were previously available in five distinct summer-ready colorways.

Release Date: May 2018

Buy: StockX

Editor’s Notes: Supreme and Clarks Originals are no strangers to working together and their partnership continued successfully in SS18. This time, the two brands worked hand in hand on a custom version of the Weaver silhouette, made exclusively for Supreme.

Supreme x Nike Air Streak Spectrum Plus

Brand: Supreme x Nike

Model: Air Streak Spectrum Plus

Key Features: This pair comes with a mesh upper featuring flame graphics and synthetic overlays, a Phylon midsole and TPU midfoot shank. It also features a mesh tongue with puff logo appliqués as well as embossed reflective logos on suede heel panels.

Release Date: June 2018

Buy: GOAT

Editor’s Notes: Similar to the 2017 release of the Nike Air Humara, Supreme helped the Swoosh relaunch another discontinued silhouette by collaborating on the Nike Air Streak Spectrum Plus. The model was last available to purchase in the early 2000s and made a comeback in Summer 2018. Featuring flaming graphics on the mesh, Supreme x Nike Air Streak Spectrum Plus channels the M2K Tekno and Air Monarch.

Supreme x COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT x Nike Air Force 1 “Black”

Brand: Supreme x COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT  x Nike

Model: Air Force 1

Key Features: The Swoosh on this latest AF1 rendition is split in half, with print COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT x Supreme text incorporated on the heel. The upper is constructed using black leather with white accents on the Swoosh, branding, and midsole.

Release Date: November 2018

Buy: StockX

Editor’s Notes: The split Swoosh Nike Air Force 1 released alongside collaborative box logo hoodies, T-shirts, and CdG-branded outerwear.

Supreme x Vans Sk8-Mid

Brand: Supreme x Vans

Model: Sk8-Mid

Key Features: The Sk8-Mid is outfitted with 12-wale corduroy uppers and croc-embossed suede. Embroidered Supreme branding is visible on the heel.

Release Date: June 2018

Buy: StockX

Editor’s Notes: Supreme and Vans’ long-lasting relationship continued with the pair coming together to churn out more Sk8-Mid kicks for Spring 2018. Supreme reworked the Sk8-Mid silhouette with a selection of cheetah-print colorways the summer before.

Supreme x Vans Lampin

Brand: Supreme x Vans

Model: Lampin

Key Features: The Lampin is outfitted with 12-wale corduroy uppers and croc-embossed suede. Embroidered Supreme branding is visible on the heel.

Release Date: June 2018

Buy: GOAT

Editor’s Notes: Supreme and Vans’ long-lasting relationship continued with the pair coming together to churn out more Lampin kicks for Spring 2018.

Supreme x Nike SB Gato

Brand: Supreme x Nike SB

Model: Gato

Key Features: The Gato features a calfskin leather upper with a Cushlon midsole, gum outsole, and lenticular (lens-printed) side panels. The shoes arrive in four colorways: red and yellow, black and pink, light and dark blue, and white and red. All include branding from Nike SB and Supreme on the tongue and side, with the words “WORLD” and “FAMOUS” embroidered on the back.

Release Date: August 2018

Buy: White (StockX), Black (StockX), Light armory blue (StockX), Supreme red (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: Supreme linked up with Nike SB to deliver an update on the brand’s classic football silhouette: the Gato. The shoe was originally developed for athletes, but no doubt every Supreme fan around the globe wanted a pair when they released in August 2018.

Supreme x Nike Air Tailwind 4

Brand: Supreme x Nike

Model: Air Tailwind 4

Key Features: Both colorways feature a static mesh base in either black/white or red/white. Reflective detailing can be seen at the base of the upper and on the eyelets, with leather and suede overlays. Supreme branding on the tongue and heel and a full Max Air midsole come together to complete the look.

Release Date: March 2019

Buy: Black (StockX), White (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: Its predecessor, the OG Air Max Tailwind 4, came out in 1999 and this relaunch fits with Supreme’s approach of reviving older, less-heralded Nike models.

Supreme x Timberland 3-Eye Classic Lug Shoe

Brand: Supreme x Timberland

Model: 3-Eye Classic Lug Shoe

Key Features: The shoe comes in two colorways and features a hand-sewn calf hair upper with leather lining and rubber lug outsole.

Release Date: March 2019

Buy: Black (StockX), Leopard print (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: Supreme and Timberland revived their longstanding partnership for SS19 with two colorways of the latter’s 3-eye classic lug shoe. The shoe, which features a hand-sewn calf hair upper, came in two colorways: a classic black makeup with red detailing on the lining, and a more eye-catching leopard print rendition.

Supreme x Vans x Andres Serrano Old Skool “Blood and Semen”

Brand: Supreme x Vans x Andres Serrano

Model: Old Skool

Key Features: Each of the classic skate shoes features a “Blood and Semen” motif, courtesy of shock artist Andres Serrano, who previously worked with heavy metal staples Metallica and Godflesh.

Release Date: September 2017

Buy: GOAT

Editor’s Notes: Supreme and Vans joined forces once again this particular season with the release of “Blood and Semen” in Old Skool, Chukka and Sk8-Hi models.

Supreme x Nike Air Humara

Brand: Supreme x Nike

Model: Air Humara

Key Features: The uppers of these kicks come constructed in mesh and multicolored overlays. To contrast the bright colors, a thick textured black sole completes the look.

Release Date: October 2017

Buy: Black (StockX), Blue lagoon (StockX), Green (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: This Supreme and Nike release includes a collaborative Nike Air Humara in four colorways: black, lime green, aqua blue and fuchsia. The silhouette features a Phylon midsole with Air-Sole heel unit and a Zoom Air forefront unit, along with mesh overlays and reflective detailing, including a Supreme logo on the toe.

To match the shoes, the release also featured a lineup of jackets, pants and hats in a water-resistant nylon, complemented by reflective graphics.

Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo “Gold”

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Brand: Supreme x Nike

Model: Air More Uptempo “Gold”

Key Features: The kicks arrive in all their iridescent glory, with the usual AIR branding superseded by leather “SUP” panels on the medial and lateral sides, along with perforated holes for breathability. A chunky, incline midsole is accented with red Swoosh branding and Max Air units, while the toe box and outsole also include the famous Nike logo.

Release Date: April 2017

Buy: Gold (StockX), Black (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: The shoes were  spotted on the feet of basketball player Derrick Jones Jr. and soccer player Neymar Jr. — two of Nike’s biggest stars.

Supreme x COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT x Nike Air Force 1 “White”

Brand: COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT x Supreme x Nike

Model: Air Force 1 “White”

Key Features: The low-top sneaker boasts a white leather upper, with screen-printed graphics on the sides and heels, as well as a debossed logo on the sides. A full-length Air Unit rests underneath.

Release Date: May 2017

Buy: StockX

Editor’s Notes: This almost all-white sneaker features black screen-printing, perfectly in line with COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT’s signature aesthetic.

Vans x Supreme Slip-On

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Brand: Vans x Supreme

Model: Slip-On

Key Features: This classic model comes with a Canvas upper, all-over print (666), as well as a waffle outsole.

Release Date: June 2017

Buy: Checkered (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: Supreme and Vans reunited for this Slip-On collaboration. In making use of the previously-seen “666” print, the canvas welcome an all-over graphic print across the upper.

Supreme x Vans Sk8-Mid Pro “Leopard”

Brand: Supreme x Vans

Model: Sk8-Mid Pro “Leopard”

Key Features: The New York brand adds an unexpected twist to the silhouette in the form of a velvet leopard upper with embroidered logo on the heel. Further details include a leather lining and vulcanized outsole. Made specially for Supreme, the Sk8-Mid Pro saw availability in four colorways.

Release Date: March 2018

Buy: StockX

Editor’s Notes: Supreme and Vans reprised their collaboration for 2017 by releasing yet another collaborative Sk8-Mid Pro.

Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo “Suptempo”

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Brand: Supreme x Nike

Model: Air More Uptempo

Key Features: The model comes with the Supreme logo wrapped around the upper of the shoe in leather.

Release Date: April 2017

Buy: Red (StockX), Black (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: The “Suptempo” pack saw Supreme written across the upper of the sneaker (its original colorway reads “AIR”). The collections consists of a classic Supreme red/white version, an all-gold version and an all-black version.

Supreme x Nike SB Blazer Low GT

Brand: Supreme x Nike SB

Model: Blazer Low GT

Key Features: This Nike skate favorite was done up in suede, with a gum sole, leather Swoosh, gold foil “FTW” branding on the heel, and a box logo-branded insole.

Release Date: September 2016

Buy: Cannon (StockX), Golden Beige (StockX), Pink (StockX)

Editor’s Notes: The Supreme x Nike SB Blazer Low GT sneakers were released in tan, teal and pink.

Supreme x Vans Old Skool “Iridescent”

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Brand: Supreme x Vans Old Skool

Model: Iridescent

Key Features: This take on the Old Skool features a fuzzy bouclé upper, a soft suede toe box, and an iridescent wave down each of the sidings. All that sits upon the standard white/gum outsole, and comes in four shades: unapologetically hues of blue or red, and more muted choices of black or white.

Release Date: May 2016

Buy: GOAT

Editor’s Notes: Supreme always manages to pull out new surprises with its collaborations, including this Old Skool partnership with Vans which features an iridescent squiggle across the shoe.

Nearly Every Supreme Sneaker

Supreme x Jean Paul Gaultier x Vans Chukka Pro and Era Pro

Supreme x Nike Air Force 1

Supreme x Vans Slip-On Pro

Supreme x Vans Sk8-Hi Pro “Diamond Plate”

Supreme x Clarks Originals Wallabee

Supreme x Nike Air Jordan 14

Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low

Supreme x Nike Air Max 95 Lux

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Supreme x Clarks Originals Clarks Originals Wallabee

Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Mid

Supreme x Vans Glow-in-the-Dark “Skull Pile”

Supreme x Clarks Originals Weaver

Supreme x Nike Air Streak Spectrum Plus

Supreme x COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT x Nike Air Force 1 “Black”

Supreme x Vans Sk8-Mid

Supreme x Vans Lampin

Supreme x Nike SB Gato

Supreme x Nike Air Tailwind 4

Supreme x Timberland 3-Eye Classic Lug Shoe

Supreme x Louis Vuitton Custom Air Jordan 1s

Supreme x Vans “Blood and Semen”

Supreme x Nike Air Humara

Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo “Gold”

Supreme x COMME des GARCONS SHIRT x Nike Air Force 1 “White”

Supreme x Vans Slip-On

Supreme x Vans Sk8-Mid Pro “Leopard Print”

Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo “Suptempo”

Supreme x Nike SB Blazer Low GT

Supreme x Vans Old Skool “Iridescent”

Frequently Asked Questions

How much are Supreme sneakers?

Supreme sneakers release at retail for competitive prices. However, due to their limited and coveted nature, Supreme sneakers usually sell out quickly and then can only be bought on the resell market, usually at a premium.

How do you authenticate Supreme sneakers?

To protect yourself from unintentionally buying fake Supreme, a good rule is to only buy directly from Supreme's online shop or physical stores. Several resell marketplaces exist that do their best to verify goods such as StockX and GOAT. If you own a pair and you're not sure if the Supreme sneakers are real or fake, check for colors that are too bright or too dark, faulty stitching or shape, or an unevenly spaced inner sole logo.

Where do you buy Supreme sneakers?

With 11 Supreme stores around the world, the New York skate brand attempts to make its products as accessible as possible, while staying true to its artificially low supply business model. You can purchase Supreme sneakers online from Supreme's webstore with shipping to the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, the European Union and Japan.